Hearthstone BlizzCon World Championships Deck Lists & Information

The wait is just about over to find out who will be the Hearthstone BlizzCon World Champion for 2016! The winner will share a piece of the massive $1,000,000 prize pool. Four groups of four players from each region (Europe, China, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas) have fought hard to get to this spot and only one will be victorious! The groups will compete in a dual-tournament format until only eight players remain, at that point the tournament will shift into a single-elimination bracket. All matches are conquest format with a single ban.

You can also get free packs for picking who you think will win at BlizzCon. Learn more here.

Hearthstone World Championship Group Results


Event Information

All times are PDT.

BlizzCon Hearthstone World Championship Competing Players

Americas Region

Europe Region

Asia-Pacific Region

  • DdaHyoNi
  • handsomeguy
  • Yulsic
  • Che0nsu

China Region

  • Breath
  • Jasonzhou
  • OmegaZero
  • Hamster

Deck lists are after the jump! I’ll be posting them all as they are released, check out what’s available for the time being.

Class Distribution

Deck Type Distribution

Most Popular Legendaries

Most Popular Epics

Most Popular Rares

Hearthstone World Championship 2016 Deck Lists

Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks!

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  1. MM
    October 28, 2016 at 10:30 am

    it is so ugly that i can’t even look to this decks, hunter and zoo will never go way? poor professional players in coin flip, will this be a strategy game one day?

  2. kl
    October 24, 2016 at 6:23 am

    Fandral should be 16 out of 16 decks because it’s a class card?

    • Evident - Author
      October 24, 2016 at 7:59 am

      I understand your point, but it could get a bit confusing if I showed the numbers like that. I might consider adding class card sections in the future.

  3. chris
    October 20, 2016 at 3:41 pm

    two biggest takeaways from the decks lists i’ve seen so far….
    1. Call of the Wild has been dropped completely from Hunter lists.. which is astounding to me
    2. But still plenty of Yoggs running around

    • Nandiman
      October 24, 2016 at 12:43 am

      Call of the Wild is too slow for mostly face hunter decks. If the meta would allow for the old minion based midrange hunter than CoW would still be viable. That’s why it’s been dropped. The current secret face hunter builds would drop CoW even at 8 mana. As for Yogg, it has always been a last resort card, the nerf did not change that. If you are in a bind, Yogg can still bail you out despite the nerf that why it’s still in.